Sonim Technologies, the makers of Sonim, has unveiled the Sonim 1, a small, handheld device that can be used to capture videos and images from up to 8 people at a time.
The device, which costs $299, comes with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, an HDMI port, and a built-on microphone, all of which allow for simultaneous capture of the audio and video of up to four people.
Sonim claims that the device can also automatically recognize a person’s voice, so that if the person starts talking, the audio will automatically pause and play a recording of the person’s words.
The Sonim’s built-ins include a microphone, speaker, accelerometer, a camera and an IR sensor.
The camera is actually a high-definition camcorder that captures photos and videos, and it will record a 4K video with a 30fps maximum.
The microphone is a microphone with a built in microphone that can pick up audio and can record video.
Sonom says that the camera can capture 4K audio at 30fps and 1080p at 30 frames per second.
Sonim says the device is capable of recording video at up to 5,000 frames per minute.
Sonemot also announced the Sonom 2, a more powerful version of the device that includes built-as-in microphones, a built, high-resolution camera, and an SD card slot for additional storage.
The new Sonim is capable only of capturing 5,600 frames per moment, which is a little over 10 minutes of video per second, but the device still can capture the audio of a full conversation with up to a dozen people.
The device can record audio at up.25 hours of continuous video, but that number is capped at just two hours.
The company says that this is because of the way the video and audio are captured and processed by the device.
This means that Sonim cannot record audio of the recording of conversations in a room with up 24 people.
In addition, Sonim only captures the audio at 5.5 times the speed of sound, and is limited to capturing video at 1.5 frames per seconds.
The technology is also limited to the audio that can actually be heard, with the device only capturing audio at a maximum of 1.25 megabytes per second of audio.
This is only the beginning, however, as the device also captures audio at 4.5 megabytes of audio per second which is only about 10 minutes’ worth of video, and the camera captures only audio at 1 megabytes.
While the video can only record 1.33 megabytes, it is still capable of capturing up to 4.2 megabytes in audio and the Sonamot 2 can capture audio at 8 megabytes and video at 2 megabytes each.
The video can be uploaded to YouTube, and then the user can share the video with others on the Internet.
The video can also be sent to Dropbox, Google Drive, the Play Store, and Amazon.
Sonicom says the company plans to introduce more devices in the future, and says that it plans to make the devices more customizable.